COMMON presented in Grosseto (Italy) - Press release
The Municipality of Grosseto hosted today the presentation of COMMON project (COastal Management and Monitoring Network for tackling marine litter in Mediterranean Sea).
Achieving zero waste in the Mediterranean: start of the MED-InA project !
Imagine a city with 35% additional sorted waste and where 90% of the citizens adopt more eco-responsible behaviors. No, you are not dreaming!
Waste management in Mediterranean open-air markets: launch of the CEOMED project
The CEOMED project aims to develop an entire chain of valorization of the solid fraction of organic waste produced in open-air markets.
Palestine: improving irrigation for date palm cultivation
The MEDISS project will help palm date producers from the area of Jericho, Palestine to have access to diversifed water supply, thanks to the treatment of wastewater and desalination of brackish water.
[MEDUSA Open tender] Opportunity for tourism experts
The MEDUSA project is seeking local tourism experts to provide an analysis of the Adventure Tourism market and determine what opportunities exist for future development of the sector.
New connection: MENAWARA + MAYA
MENAWARA builds synergies with MAYA, an inter-university postgraduate Master on integrated water and agriculture management funded under the Erasmus+ Programme.
Tourism must be a tool, not a goal
Tourism must be used as a tool to achieve sustainability. In no way sustainability should be used as a way to increase tourism flows. Interview with Prof. Alessia Mariotti of University of Bologna.
LIVINGAGRO, a GREAT, GREEN start!
Green light for our project, kick-off successfully concluded!
Green, low-cost solutions for wastewater treatment: start of NAWAMED project
NAWAMED will implement new solutions for wastewater treatment and reuse for domestic and agricultural uses in Italy, Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia.